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  •  General

    • What is this project?
    • This project provides unique plugins and other special modifications for Geeklog. It was inherited by a user that left the Geeklog community.

    • Downloading the softwares
    • Press download next to your desired program in SourceForge.

    • What are the system requirements?
    • The latest version of MultiFAQ requires at least Geeklog v1.8.1, which offers a configuration GUI and more improvements.

    •  MultiFAQ - Multilingual FAQ

      • What is MultiFAQ?
      • MultiFAQ is our main product. This plugin supplies a GUI based advanced FAQ management system.

        It was created with multilinguality in mind, which means each question/answer can be seen in various languages, depending on the user's setting. However, it can be used just as well for a single language.

      • What is the feature list?

        1. Enable/Disable requiring uses to log-in
        2. Enable/Disable/Freeze comments - globally/per language/per question
        3. Put the FAQ right in the site's front page
        4. Enable/Disable direct view of answers (via javascript)
        5. Enable/Disable always showing all topics
        6. Enable/Disable showing questions/answers' date
        7. Enable/Disable counting hits by admins/translators
        8. Internal search engine in addition to supporting Geeklog's one
        9. Choose default translation to show
        10. Full usage of Geeklog's autotag, HTML and permission system, including Geeklog's permissions for its search engine (enable/disable advanced search, etc.).

        And various other minor features. Log in to the demo site to see the full GUI.

      • Is it possible to import questions?
      • Yes, one can import questions from FAQMan, the more recognized FAQ manager plugin of Geeklog.

        Even more so, uninstalling FAQMan is not mandatory. You can use both plugins at the same time, thus not risking losing anything.

      • What are the system requirements?
      • This project requires Geeklog, an up and coming open source CMS (Content Management System) that was created in security in mind with new features that are added in each new version.

      • Is there a demo site and/or screenshots?
      • Yes, you're looking at the demo site.

        If you want to manage the FAQ an admin, you can log in with:

        Username: admin
        Password: password

        Please don't abuse it. Regardless, the site is reset every once in a while.

      • How often does the demo site reset?
      • Once an hour, but only if someone actually visits.

      • Why do admins sometimes see cache in the demo site?
      • If you logged in, then added a new question, etc. and you don't see it, then it's some sort of caching bug in SourceForge. Just click ctrl+r.

      • Usage of the permission system
      • First of all, one must defined which user/group are part of the MultiFAQ admin group or just that admin group directly.

        Then, each language must have it defined which user/group are part of the MultifAQ translators group, or just use that group directly. That user/group can then translate into this language each new question or old question in which they are allowed to edit.

      • Is there a draft mode?
      • For whole languages, yes. That is, you can define a certain language as disabled and still edit its topics/questions/answers.

        For specific topics/questions/answers, yes, but not directly. Just use the permission system. For example, make the relevant item readable only to yourself.

      • Which databases are supported?
      • Officially, just MySQL is supported. However, there is minimal support for MSSQL which may make it usable. If you have MSSQL, please test it and supply feedback.

  •  About Us

    • Who are you?
    • "Lior (Weissbrod) Computer Consulting" is an Israel business that deals mainly with setting up and producing small to medium websites both for corporations and for private persons.

  •  Payment

    • Methods of purchase
    • While our open source products are available for free, we do sell our services.

      One choice is to buy a sponsored link.

      The second choice is to submit a feature request and mention you're willing to pay for it.

Recent Aditions

- Is there a draft mode? (2012-10-06 17:34:02)

For whole languages, yes. That is, you can define a certain language as disabled and still edit its topics/questions/answers.

For specific topics/questions/answers, yes, but not directly. Just use the permission system. For example, make the relevant item readable only to yourself.


- Is there a demo site and/or screenshots? (2012-10-06 17:32:29)

Yes, you're looking at the demo site.

If you want to manage the FAQ an admin, you can log in with:

Username: admin
Password: password

Please don't abuse it. Regardless, the site is reset every once in a while.


- What are the system requirements? (2012-10-06 17:30:45)

The latest version of MultiFAQ requires at least Geeklog v1.8.1, which offers a configuration GUI and more improvements.


- Methods of purchase (2012-10-06 17:24:46)

While our open source products are available for free, we do sell our services.

One choice is to buy a sponsored link.

The second choice is to submit a feature request and mention you're willing to pay for it.


- What is this project? (2010-03-26 23:09:19)

This project provides unique plugins and other special modifications for Geeklog. It was inherited by a user that left the Geeklog community.


- Is it possible to import questions? (2009-01-04 14:28:05)

Yes, one can import questions from FAQMan, the more recognized FAQ manager plugin of Geeklog.

Even more so, uninstalling FAQMan is not mandatory. You can use both plugins at the same time, thus not risking losing anything.


- How often does the demo site reset? (2009-01-04 12:19:53)

Once an hour, but only if someone actually visits.


- What is the feature list? (2009-01-04 00:37:54)


  1. Enable/Disable requiring uses to log-in
  2. Enable/Disable/Freeze comments - globally/per language/per question
  3. Put the FAQ right in the site's front page
  4. Enable/Disable direct view of answers (via javascript)
  5. Enable/Disable always showing all topics
  6. Enable/Disable showing questions/answers' date
  7. Enable/Disable counting hits by admins/translators
  8. Internal search engine in addition to supporting Geeklog's one
  9. Choose default translation to show
  10. Full usage of Geeklog's autotag, HTML and permission system, including Geeklog's permissions for its search engine (enable/disable advanced search, etc.).

And various other minor features. Log in to the demo site to see the full GUI.


- Why do admins sometimes see cache in the demo site? (2009-01-04 00:29:54)

If you logged in, then added a new question, etc. and you don't see it, then it's some sort of caching bug in SourceForge. Just click ctrl+r.


- Which databases are supported? (2009-01-04 00:02:56)

Officially, just MySQL is supported. However, there is minimal support for MSSQL which may make it usable. If you have MSSQL, please test it and supply feedback.


Most wanted FAQ (clicks)

- Usage of the permission system (26)

First of all, one must defined which user/group are part of the MultiFAQ admin group or just that admin group directly.

Then, each language must have it defined which user/group are part of the MultifAQ translators group, or just use that group directly. That user/group can then translate into this language each new question or old question in which they are allowed to edit.


- What is MultiFAQ? (25)

MultiFAQ is our main product. This plugin supplies a GUI based advanced FAQ management system.

It was created with multilinguality in mind, which means each question/answer can be seen in various languages, depending on the user's setting. However, it can be used just as well for a single language.


- Is there a demo site and/or screenshots? (24)

Yes, you're looking at the demo site.

If you want to manage the FAQ an admin, you can log in with:

Username: admin
Password: password

Please don't abuse it. Regardless, the site is reset every once in a while.


- Why do admins sometimes see cache in the demo site? (23)

If you logged in, then added a new question, etc. and you don't see it, then it's some sort of caching bug in SourceForge. Just click ctrl+r.


- How often does the demo site reset? (23)

Once an hour, but only if someone actually visits.


- Is it possible to import questions? (22)

Yes, one can import questions from FAQMan, the more recognized FAQ manager plugin of Geeklog.

Even more so, uninstalling FAQMan is not mandatory. You can use both plugins at the same time, thus not risking losing anything.


- What are the system requirements? (22)

This project requires Geeklog, an up and coming open source CMS (Content Management System) that was created in security in mind with new features that are added in each new version.


- What is the feature list? (21)


  1. Enable/Disable requiring uses to log-in
  2. Enable/Disable/Freeze comments - globally/per language/per question
  3. Put the FAQ right in the site's front page
  4. Enable/Disable direct view of answers (via javascript)
  5. Enable/Disable always showing all topics
  6. Enable/Disable showing questions/answers' date
  7. Enable/Disable counting hits by admins/translators
  8. Internal search engine in addition to supporting Geeklog's one
  9. Choose default translation to show
  10. Full usage of Geeklog's autotag, HTML and permission system, including Geeklog's permissions for its search engine (enable/disable advanced search, etc.).

And various other minor features. Log in to the demo site to see the full GUI.


- Is there a draft mode? (21)

For whole languages, yes. That is, you can define a certain language as disabled and still edit its topics/questions/answers.

For specific topics/questions/answers, yes, but not directly. Just use the permission system. For example, make the relevant item readable only to yourself.


- Methods of purchase (20)

While our open source products are available for free, we do sell our services.

One choice is to buy a sponsored link.

The second choice is to submit a feature request and mention you're willing to pay for it.



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